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Skills: Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.
Object: Sell as many ice cream cones as possible in three minutes by converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.

Can you fill the customer's order with the right amount of toppings? Choose the Pizza size for the order then add your toppings. Click send to finish!

Help Ted fix the leaky roof by placing the bricks (decimals) in numerical order.

Demonstrator for the equivalence of decimals, percentages and fractions. Great for whole class.

An interactive exploration to compare fractions and percentages using a pizza, candy bar, measuring cup, and group of people. Good whole class activity or small group.

Two interactive explorations to visualize fractions. Good for whole class activities, recognizing patterns. Provides different ways of representing fractions (pizza, candy bar, people, measuring cup)

This tool explores several representations for fractions with equivalent decimals and percents Use circles, rectangles, or sets to illustrate the fraction./ See fraction models II, III, and IV for more options. Whole class tool. with lesson plan.

Explore relationships between fractions and decimals with this interactive tool. Whole class tool.

Intro activity for adding fractions.

Fill in the equivalent fraction to win each round. Fractions illustrated with pie chart. Students can set the time and choose from equivalent fraction families. Good whole class activity as well.

Interactive activity for basic fraction recognition. Activities are intuitive and require little reading. Good for introductory unit. Teachers should view support materials.

Whole class intereactive tool for equivalent fractions. Includes Game which can be played individually or as a class,

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